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Old 02-02-2012, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default Hungarian dogs list :)

1, Puli Dog (Juhasz kutya)


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I hope you like my list
My favorite is the 3 one Vizsla.they are clever and frendly.

The first one is very sweet dog and very good watch dogs.

The 2,is so beatifull dog and very strong but they belong only one person and only one.They are kind of dengares dogs they go mad when they get old.
All 3 need lot of place is and all is a outside dogs .

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All three are fine looking dogs. I like the third one the best. After having long haired dogs, I'd like to know what it is like having one that doesn't need to be groomed daily.

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All three are fine looking dogs. I like the third one the best. After having long haired dogs, I'd like to know what it is like having one that doesn't need to be groomed daily.

Yes, is a very good reason for me too.


The first one never get brush .
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Old 02-02-2012, 11:59 PM   #4
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We nearly got a Vizla - I've always loved Vizlas and Weimaraners - but we ended up with Greyhounds, instead.
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my next door neighbor has a Puli, or at least he did. I haven't seen his dog in a few months so I wonder if he got rid of him?

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All three are fine looking dogs. I like the third one the best. After having long haired dogs, I'd like to know what it is like having one that doesn't need to be groomed daily.
As someone with their first shortcoated dog - trust me, longhaired makes less mess!

Simba sheds twice a year and when she does it is very messy, but the wool is easy to pick up. Oscar sheds constantly with tiny white hairs that stick into everything I own and refuse to budge - he also has a more doggy odour as well. I use a zoom groom on him but it makes little difference.

I don't brush Simba more than once a week though, her coat doesn't really tangle very easily and as she hates being groomed we keep it to a minimum.

Viszlas are gorgeous, i'm a sucker for most HPR, pointer and setter breeds these day though. I can't say I care for the coat of a Puli...
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